There are many ways in which you can participate in the life of the parish. First, and most important, is worship. However, we hope that you will participate in one or more of our parish groups and activities, and help build our sense of community.

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Altar Guild

“With Love and Reverence we prepare the Church for Worship and to the Glory of God our faithful hands care for His Holy Vessels” The St James Altar Guild maintains the Sanctuary in beauty and holiness and prepares for all types of worship. Members of the Altar Guild offer their services

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Anglican Church Women (ACW)

ACW members celebrating at Movie Night: Mamma Mia! The Anglican Church Women (ACW) exist as a group to encourage all women of our church to use their gifts and skills to provide opportunities for fellowship, social outreach and fundraising. The St James ACW hold many functions to raise funds for

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St James Manotick Choir


Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. Psalm 100: 1-3 Or, putting it another way – Our Purpose: To Lead in the music of worship to the glory of God. Director: Ellen Badcock Practice: Thursdays @ 7:00 pm, Sept – June, in the McGregor Room Choir History

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St James Manotick craft group

Craft Group

The St James Craft Group is a friendly, informal group that enjoys supporting each other in fellowship.  In addition, it creates a variety of handmade articles and gifts which contribute to the success of the Christmas Fayre. The Craft Group meets weekly on Wednesdays from 10:00am to 3:00pm in Tomkins

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St James Manotick Mens Group

Men’s Group

The St James Men’s Group fosters friendship and spiritual growth among the men of St. James by providing a few hours each month to discuss issues of faith and community, for friendship, and to keep up with parish life. We meet over breakfast on the third Saturday morning of each

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#Limitless BUILDING FAITH – SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT FOR YOUTH Everyone needs a safe place to explore and experiment, especially when we are young. At St James we provide that kind of experience for our confirmed and nonconfirmed youth ages 9-17. It consists of a planned series of events and discussions that provide

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Parishioners also contribute actively and directly to parish life at St. James’ through one of the following ministries:

  • Envelope counters
  • Bible studies
  • Epistle/Newsletter
  • Prayer chain
  • Coffee fellowship
  • Maintenance of a page on this website for your church group

To learn more about how you might participate, please contact the church office at (613) 692-2082.